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Chambersburg, Pa. (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 1
zed in this city, and a large number of families here are interested in the fate of its members. The first report from it after the battle at Gettysburg was the old story of "cut all to pieces" and we deeply regret to announce that in the case of this gallant regiment the report is too true. The regiment numbering about 200 men, the remnant of the fine body that left this city in April, 1861 is attached to Kemper's brigade, in Pickett's division of Long street's corps. It had been near Chambersburg doing picket duty, but had been relieved, and on. Thursday, the 1st inst., marched 22 miles to Gettysburg, and went into bivouac near the town. Gettysburg was the right of the enemy's centre, and was, of course, the left of our centre. The battle field as viewed from our line may be described thus: From Gettysburg there stretches away towards the right a high mountain, on which there is a place defended by a stone fence. This was the enemy's position. On the right of this was another
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 1
lly; Jno C Ward, wounded and missing; Jno Holmes Smith, thigh; J R. Hutter, slightly, A J Jones, wounded and missing; A. M Houston, wounded and missing; Lieuts Lazenby and Elliott, of co B, Reagan and Long, of co F; Hardy, co K. Killed: Privates Stuart Farner, Charles Jones, G D Tweedy, Myers, Ed Valentine, Wm Jennings, J R Kent. 11th Va Regiment — In co D, (B Grays,) private mortality wounded. In on P, Lt Haminon and ... thing intelligible with reference to the great battles in. Pennsylvania, perhaps the most bloody and stubbornly contested of the whole war. From an officer of the 2d Mississippi regiment, who participated in the three days engagement, we have the following facts: On Wednesday the fighting was in the immediate vicinity and around the town of Gettysburg, and resulted in the enemy being driven one mile and a half beyond that place. During the day our forces captured 4,600 prisoners, all of whom were paroled, rather than have the army encumbered with them w
L. M. Wingfield (search for this): article 1
He was brought off, and is now on the South side of the Potomac Lieut. E. P. Reese, severely wounded in left arm — new in Richmond; Lieut. Keiningham, painfully wounded; Lieut. A. Blair, shot through right hand — now in Richmond; Set J. H. Kepler, missing; Privates, J. B. Angle' slightly wounded in the side; G. E. Craig, slightly in arm; D. E. Edwards, severely in arm; T. S. Morton, severely in face; J. Keiningham; severely in face and shoulder; S. J. Wingfield, shot through right hand; L. M. Wingfield, severely in breast and hand; M. J. Wingfield, missing; Wm. Mitchell, missing, and supposed to be killed;--Govan, wounded in arm;--Sublett, in both hips severely. Company G.--Capt T. H. Langley, slightly wounded in the foot, Lieut. Morris, in the foot; Lieut. Wooddy, slightly in leg; Private Gentry, in leg. Company H.--Capt. H. A. Walkins, severely wounded in thigh; Lieut. E. W. Martin, in the head; Lieut. Cabell, in the head; Private Daniels, severely wounded and missing Theodore
times. Col. W.'s body is in the hands of the enemy. Among the officers we have ascertained the following losses. Company G, Lieut. Morris, comd'g, Capt. Langley was sick but went into the fight and was wounded; Lieuts. Woody and Morris, all wounded; company B, color company Capt. Davis, wounded and missing; Lieut. Paine, wounded, company C, Capt. Halliman and Lieut. Dooley, both wounded and missing; company D, Capt. Norton, Lieuts. Reeve, Keiningham, and Blair, all wounded; company H, Capt. Watkins, Lieuts. Cuball and Martin, all wounded; company I, Lieuts. Ballon and Caho, the latter wounded. Wm. Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, in command of the color guard of the regiment, is wounded and missing. Lieut. Blair, of company D, commanded the skirmishers. We have been unable to get a list of the privates killed and wounded. Many of our wounded were brought back into our lined by the Yankees, who ... by the Federals to pursue them. The falling back of Lee was orderly, and th
J. Armistead Payne (search for this): article 1
ol. Tazewell Patton, of the 7th Va. infantry, was severely wounded, and is missing; Col. Mayo, of the 3d Va infantry, slightly wounded, Major Otey, of the 11th Va., wounded in the shoulder by shell. The 1st regiment went into the action with six companies, and eighteen commissioned officers, of whom seventeen were killed, wounded or missing. The following is a partial list of the casualties in the regiment: Company B.--Capt. T. Herbert Davis, severely wounded and missing; Lt. J. Armistead Payne, wounded in side of the face and slightly in leg — was brought off the field. Company C.--Capt. J. Hullinan, missing and supposed to be killed; Lt. J. Dooley, wounded and missing — he is not supposed to be seriously wounded. Company D.--Capt. Geo. F. Norton, wounded in left side severely. He was brought off, and is now on the South side of the Potomac Lieut. E. P. Reese, severely wounded in left arm — new in Richmond; Lieut. Keiningham, painfully wounded; Lieut. A. Blair, shot<
M. Terrill (search for this): article 1
Lt. Ballon, of this company, was the only officer in the regiment who escaped uninjured. In nearly if not all of the above companies there were casualties among the privates — some killed, some wounded, and others missing — whose names were not recollected by our informant. The loss was very severe. Loss in the 1st Virginia artillery. First Virginia Artillery, Capt. Dance commanding.--2d Company Howitzers: Thomas Pendleton and James Maupin killed; Angle wounded in shoulder; M. Terrill slightly. 3d Company Howitzers: Orderly Sergeant Algernon C Porter shot through the abdomen with shrapnel, since died; A. J. Andrews slightly in knee. Hupp's Company Sergeant Walton slightly wounded. Powhatan Company: Sergeant Scott wounded in head; Corporal Bragg slightly, by explosion of caisson. Rockbridge Company: Thirteen wounded, including Lieut Brown in both legs, slightly; Lieut Jordan in arm; Private McCampbell in hand. Eleventh Virginia infantry. 11th Va Regiment — W<
of his wounds. Col. Williams, who commanded the 1st Va. regiment, received the fatal shot very soon after the infantry fighting became general.--He fell from his horse and expired almost instantly. The enemy obtained possession of his body. Maj. Lattimer, of the artillery, formerly Captain of Courtney's battery, is reported to have lost an arm; Col. Tazewell Patton, of the 7th Va. infantry, was severely wounded, and is missing; Col. Mayo, of the 3d Va infantry, slightly wounded, Major Otey, of the 11th Va., wounded in the shoulder by shell. The 1st regiment went into the action with six companies, and eighteen commissioned officers, of whom seventeen were killed, wounded or missing. The following is a partial list of the casualties in the regiment: Company B.--Capt. T. Herbert Davis, severely wounded and missing; Lt. J. Armistead Payne, wounded in side of the face and slightly in leg — was brought off the field. Company C.--Capt. J. Hullinan, missing and suppo
and missing; Lieut. Paine, wounded, company C, Capt. Halliman and Lieut. Dooley, both wounded and missing; company D, Capt. Norton, Lieuts. Reeve, Keiningham, and Blair, all wounded; company H, Capt. Watkins, Lieuts. Cuball and Martin, all wounded; company I, Lieuts. Ballon and Caho, the latter wounded. Wm. Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, in command of the color guard of the regiment, is wounded and missing. Lieut. Blair, of company D, commanded the skirmishers. We have been unable to get a list of the privates killed and wounded. Many of our wounded were brought back into our lined by the Yankees, who ... by the Federals to pursue them. The falght off, and is now on the South side of the Potomac Lieut. E. P. Reese, severely wounded in left arm — new in Richmond; Lieut. Keiningham, painfully wounded; Lieut. A. Blair, shot through right hand — now in Richmond; Set J. H. Kepler, missing; Privates, J. B. Angle' slightly wounded in the side; G. E. Craig, slightly in arm; D. E
Stuart Farner (search for this): article 1
Lieut Brown in both legs, slightly; Lieut Jordan in arm; Private McCampbell in hand. Eleventh Virginia infantry. 11th Va Regiment — Wounded; Major Kirk Oley, com'g, in shoulder; Corpts R M Mitchell, in arm; T Herton, thigh; D G Houston, mortally; Jno C Ward, wounded and missing; Jno Holmes Smith, thigh; J R. Hutter, slightly, A J Jones, wounded and missing; A. M Houston, wounded and missing; Lieuts Lazenby and Elliott, of co B, Reagan and Long, of co F; Hardy, co K. Killed: Privates Stuart Farner, Charles Jones, G D Tweedy, Myers, Ed Valentine, Wm Jennings, J R Kent. 11th Va Regiment — In co D, (B Grays,) private mortality wounded. In on P, Lt Haminon and ... thing intelligible with reference to the great battles in. Pennsylvania, perhaps the most bloody and stubbornly contested of the whole war. From an officer of the 2d Mississippi regiment, who participated in the three days engagement, we have the following facts: On Wednesday the fighting was in the immedia
George F. Norton (search for this): article 1
but went into the fight and was wounded; Lieuts. Woody and Morris, all wounded; company B, color company Capt. Davis, wounded and missing; Lieut. Paine, wounded, company C, Capt. Halliman and Lieut. Dooley, both wounded and missing; company D, Capt. Norton, Lieuts. Reeve, Keiningham, and Blair, all wounded; company H, Capt. Watkins, Lieuts. Cuball and Martin, all wounded; company I, Lieuts. Ballon and Caho, the latter wounded. Wm. Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, in command of the color guard ofunded in side of the face and slightly in leg — was brought off the field. Company C.--Capt. J. Hullinan, missing and supposed to be killed; Lt. J. Dooley, wounded and missing — he is not supposed to be seriously wounded. Company D.--Capt. Geo. F. Norton, wounded in left side severely. He was brought off, and is now on the South side of the Potomac Lieut. E. P. Reese, severely wounded in left arm — new in Richmond; Lieut. Keiningham, painfully wounded; Lieut. A. Blair, shot through right <
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